Stand Out By Saying These Words In Place Of A Simple Hello !

Published on: 21/04/18 1:14 PM

Stand Out From The Crowd
10 ways to say Hello in Different Language

Are you a person that is fond of adding new words to their vocabulary. If yes, you’ll be amazed to know there are more words than “Hello” that can be an icebreaker to a conversation. Let’s know these words to polish our chat for good.

  1. Hello IndiaHello in India - Namaste

    A country like India goes diverse with its culture and religions but is united with the tradition of the nation. Things that stay common despite various classification is the word used to greet someone with respect and affection. “Namaste” is the Indian form of saying Hello to the person you meet for the first time or greet in courtesy.

  2. Nei Ho Chinese
    Chinese Language Hello - Nei Ho

    China is officially called the People’s Republic of China (PRC). It has a population of around 1.404 billion. Its well know around the globe for its Chinese food for its the Chinese food. “Nei Ho” is the form of saying hello in the Chinese language that is pronounced as (nee-how).

  3. Ciao Italian
    Italian Say Hello as Ciao

    Italian is the official language of Itlay, Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City and Western Istria (in Slovenia and Croatia). People speak hello as “Ciao”. Isn’t that cute to say Ciao to a friend?

  4. Yah Sahs Greek

    Greek Hello - Yah Sahs

    People of Greek call themselves as Hellenes. Greece is known for its beaches, from the black sands of Santorini to the party resorts of Mykonos. Here you can greet “hello” as “Yah Sahs” that is usually being spoken in Greece and Cyprus.

  5. Ola Portuguese
    Portugese say hello as ola

    Portugal’s reciting in Portuguese, Brazil, Angola Majorly speak “hello” as “Ola”. It’s not the Ola cab you book. Your driver will think you are mad if you say him- Ola Bro..!! He’ll say read the text written on car carefully.

  6. Bonjour French
    Hello in French - Bonjour

    French is often considered as one of the easiest languages to learn, for a native English speaker. As the grammar and sentence structure is different yet simpler from English. As both languages share Latin roots., But the way of greeting “hello” in French is different and is said as “Bonjour”. This can be seen used expressly in France, Belgium, and Switzerland.

  7. Hola Spanish
    Spanish Hello - Hola

    Central and South American countries greet “hello” as “Hola”. Spain is the ninth-largest crude oil imports in the world. This language is majorly spoken in parts of Spain and Spanish.

  8. Sannu Hausa
    Sannu Hausa - Hello in Nigeria

    The native language of inhabitants of Nigeria and Northern Nigeria is Hausa. Here if you wish to greet someone “hello” is by saying “Sannu”. But it is also used as lingual France in many countries of Central and West Africa. Nigeria is an African country is rich in natural landmarks and wildlife reserves.

  9. Salaam Persian
     "Hello" in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan Salaam

    The Persian language is an Iranian language of the Indo-European family. Its a native language of ethnic Persians in Iran, Tajikistan, And Afghanistan. “Hello” in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Bahrain is greeted as “Salaam Persian.”

  10. Ohayo Japanese
    Japanese say "hello" as "Ohayo."

    Japanese is a national language used in East Asian and is spoken by 126 million people approx. People hailing from Japan say “hello” as “Ohayo.”

  11. Merhaba Turkish
    Cyprus speak "hello" as "Merhaba."

    Turkish is a most widely spoken language used by around 10–15 million native speakers in Southeast Europe and 60–65 million native speakers in Western Asia (mostly in Anatolia).People reciting in Turkey and Cyprus speak “hello” as “Merhaba.”

  12. Szia Hungarian
    Slovakia say "hello" as "Szia"

    Hungarian is a language used by natives of Hungary to communicate and interact among themselves. People hailing from Hungry, Austria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, and Slovakia say “hello” as “Szia”. It’s not sazia its pronounced as “szia”.

  13. Sain Baina uu Mongolian
    Mongolia China express "hello" as "Sain Baina uu."

    Mongolian is a landlocked country situated in between China and Russia. It links land and sky and is one of the last few places on the planet where nomadic life is still a living tradition. Mongolia may have various geopolitical, cultural and geographical meanings. Mongolian from Mongolia China express “hello” as “Sain Baina uu.”

  14. Ahn-Young-Ha-Se-Yo Korean

    In 1945, Korea has been divided into two distinct sovereign states namely- North and South Korea. The cute Korean girls are popular for their good looks. People reciting in Korea greet “hello” as “Ahn-Young-Ha-Se-Yo” which is their way of welcoming.!!

  15. Zdras-Tvuy-Te Russian
    In Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan greet "hello" as "Zdras-Tvuy-Te."

    Russia is the largest country in the world in terms of area, that covers more than one-eighth of the Earth’s inhabited land area. Its ninth most populous country having over 144 million people by the end of December 2017. The population reciting in Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan greet “hello” as “Zdras-Tvuy-Te.”

  16. Hallo/ Guten Tag German
    German Language Hello - Guten Tag

    One of the major languages of the world is German. It’s the first language of 100 million people worldwide and widely spoken as a native language in the European Union. This makes the German language is interesting, isn’t it?? People of Germany, Australia, and Switzerland say “hello” as “Hallo/ Guten Tag.”

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